Peter and Mark Anderson, of Anderson Anderson Architecture, created Cantilever House, a prefab in Granite Falls, Wisconsin, for Scott Stafne. Mimicking the cantilever of the house, an outdoor shower just off the master bedroom stretches out gently toward the surrounding woods. Read the full article here. Photo by John Clark.
Setsumasa and Mami Kobayashi’s weekend retreat, two and a half hours northwest of Tokyo, is “an arresting concept,” photographer Dean Kaufman says, who documented the singular refuge in the Chichibu mountain range. “It’s finely balanced between rustic camping and feeling like the Farnsworth House.” The home's ultimate luxury: a hot bath in the clawfoot tub, with the fiberglass door open wide to the woods. Photo by Dean Kaufman.
Resident Stephen Dunlop launches into the concrete plunge pool on the first floor of his home in Noosa, Australia. Photo by Richard Powers.
In the Sydney home of architect Brian Zulaikha and artist Janet Laurence, the glass and wood walls of the bathhouse, like other retractable panels on the house, offer shade with a view. Photo by Roger D'Souza.